I would rather feel the dewfall of a child's loving tear upon my face than wear a laureate's crown.
Rain, exposure at dewfall on the searocks, a peccadillo at my time of life.
Her lips were still parted, tender as rose-leaves at dewfall, and her eyes glistened as she opened them at the sound of his voice.
They walked on over grass that sobbed in the dewfall beneath their footsteps.
The dewfall had been very heavy, and soaked them from nose tip to tail, and the bats wheeled overhead.
We should also note the fact that the dewfall is a concomitant of cloudless skies.
But the chill damp of dewfall roused him at the first graying of dawn.
The sun is, however, already low, and she calls her darling in from the dewfall.
So plentiful is this dewfall, in some favored sections, as really to support vegetation.
Always, from dawn to dewfall, the world about little Chebeague is full of swallows that dart and soar and flit like shadows.